The Wellington Hills Sports Complex? No, it's NOT a done deal!

Friday, August 3, 2012

How to Get Involved

Neighbors to Save Wellington Park

How to Get Involved

Frustrated by Master Planning for the Wellington Park near Woodinville, community members have formed Neighbors to Save Wellington Park (NSWP). The NSWP have hired an attorney to counter plans by Snohomish County to convert the Wellington Hills Golf Course into a regional sports complex. NSWP believes the Wellington Hills Golf Course site offers wonderful potential as a community park without the destructive impacts in the proposed regional sports complex design.

Neighbors coming together to make their voices heard will make a difference and NSWP needs your support! 

Here are the ways you can become involved:

·  Volunteer your time.  Please contact us at or through this blog and let us know what time commitment you can make or if you’d like to be part of the NSWP core group.

·   Attend public meetings held by Snohomish County and the City of Woodinville and voice your concerns. If public speaking isn’t something you can manage, then please come and show support of NSWP – large numbers of attendees does make a difference! 

Want to write a letter of concern about the proposed sports complex?
emails for representatives on the Snohomish County Council: 
Go here.

For the Woodinville City Council go here.

·   Donate to NSWP to help cover the legal costs. All donations received will be used for legal expenses. You can donate by mailing a check to:
Neighbors to Save Wellington Park
Margaret Philip, Treasurer
15110 NE 204th St.
Woodinville, WA 98072
There is no current plan to become a 501(c)3 charity and therefore donations are not tax deductible. 

·   Visit our Facebook page: Neighbors To Save Wellington Park.
Information about our upcoming meetings and volunteer opportunities are updated frequently. Please leave comments and share these sites with others.

                          Thank you for your support!

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